TJs Hotel Praha
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... as historically impressive as we were led to believe. And with only a glance into Europes oldest Jewish Cemetary we decided to head over to explore the old town and book some tours! With a raved about underground system to explore and an interesting and exciting past with communism we planned on doing two tours. However when we arrived at the tour desk we read the communism museum was just as good so we booked our underground tour and headed there instead! With ...
... of blind people easier, and then you go on a tour with a blind guide. On the tour you go through an entire household and then through a garden and a market, and finally out on the 'street’ and to a bar, where the guide serves you a drink. You can order a variety of things; how on earth does the guide know that he’s giving you the drink you asked for, as he can’t see, either? And drinking without being able to see what you’re doing ...
Maja dressed in bright colors, as usual, and we hitchhiked back to Prague. We arrived, and sweet Maja spoke excitedly about all the nice people we'd met. Her cheekbones were reddened in such a way it seemed they'd captured the sun's brightness and were reflecting it back to people.
This time, we said good-bye for real. She repeated, "I hope I'll see you again." And I did, too.
But, had ...
... our friend it not only tells time but tells of some celestial positions as well) and then went to another square that has tons of food stands and had dinner! We had bratwurst, Prague sausage, sour kraut and potatoes and chicken kabobs! Delicious hot food! For desert we chowed down on chocolate and banana crepes and this bannock/churro thing which was basically dough rolled on a stick and cooked over coals, then brushed with caramel and rolled in sugar ...
... outfit and into gear more suited to the chilly Prague outdoors, brrrrrr. Took the metro at about 4pm (nearly dark by then) and did a two hour visit to the old town square area. Had been to Prague before so know exactly how to get there....which metro stop, where to walk, what to eat, drink, and so on. At the Xmas market in the square I had gluhwein, trdilnik (Czech almond pasty treat.....nice), collected my booked opera tickets at tourist ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed